Bachittar Natak (or Bachitar/Bichittar) is from Dasam Granth, ang (page) 94 to ang of the ang. It is generally attributed to the tenth Sikh Guru, Guru. Sampooran Bachittar Natak Katha from Sri Guru Dasam Granth Sahib Ji. Katha completed by Singh Sahib, Giani Amarjeet Singh Ji, Sachkhand. Kal Charitropakhyan Ajj Bachitar Natak Kal Nitnem Banis Parson Bhai Bala Janmsakhi then Tu ja nihanga kol, jo katha karna kar leh katha.
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Apparently the Guru became engaged in other affairs.
This composition is thought to have occurred just prior to the founding of the Khalsa order by the Guru. Sikh literature Indian literature Dasam Granth. It is a part of the Dasam Granth and is bachihar name given to the third Bani in the second holy scriptures of the Sikhs.
The autobiography terminate here abruptly. Views Read Edit View history. The next book in the Dasam Granth is Chandi Charitar.
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It continues up to AD Retrieved from kathz https: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Articles containing Punjabi-language text All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from January Articles with unsourced statements from January It is written in early Braj bhasha with some Apabhramsha influence.
It starts with a praise of Akal Purakh. There is some controversy regarding the authorship whether this was really written by Nattak Gobind Singh since some of the content and style does not match his hard line conservative views of some Sikh scholars Sikhism Guru Granth Sahib [ citation needed ] refer to analysis in the external links section.
The Khalsa Tradition, as per Dasam Granthis considered as part of this dynasty: The genealogy traces back from King Surya. The chapters are numbered at the beginning, but the title of each chapter is given at the conclusion, following the traditional Indian convention.
: Bachittar Natak Katha
The Guru has bacgitar the circumstance and history of the time and how great courage and strength was required to overcome the many hurdles that were upon the community. It gives the author’s own baxhitar and includes the Battle of NadaunHusaini battle and kathw arrival of prince Muazzam in the Punjab. Part of a series on.
Original text is over pages This Bani is an autobiographical narrated by the tenth Sikh Guru, Guru Gobind Singh for the first 32 years of his life. It gives the author’s own biography and includes the battle of Nadaun, Husaini battle and the arrival of prince Muazzam in the Punjab.
The life’s story [ citation needed ] of Guru Gobind Singh is further told by the court-poet Sainapatwho is also believed to have translated the Chanakya Niti at the Guru’s behest [ citation needed ]. Several translations in Punjabi, Hindi and English exists. It then gives a genealogy of Bedis and Sodhis starting from Lord Rama and his two sons.
It starts with a praise of the Akal Purukh. This text spans from page 94 to page of the pages of this holy book of the Sikhs at www.
This page was last edited on 31 Octoberat Although the word “Natak” means “drama” in Punjabi, this is no drama.